This edition includes a new emphasis on early intervention and family-centred care, as well as the changing roles of the occupational therapist in schools and hospitals. Also covered are issues such as ecological assessment, new developments in assertive technology, handwriting and sensory integration. The text reflects the changes and progress made in the area of paediatrics, with new chapters on mobility, handwriting, feeding, posture/neuromotor and visual perception.Give one example of intervention in which both approaches are used simultaneously. 2. Explain the various models of service delivery used by occupational therapists in preschool settings. 3. The preschool classroom may have ... 1(2). 55-63. Griswald, L. (1994). Ethnographic analysis: a study of classroom environments.
|Title||:||Occupational Therapy for Children|
|Author||:||Jane Case-Smith, Anne S. Allen, Pat Nuse Pratt|